The Finnish company has decided to up the ante by promising to continue pushing security updates for its earliest phones by one more year than it promised. The phones are the Nokia 3, 5, 6, and 8.
As reported earlier this week, HMD Global has begun rolling out Android Pie to the 2017 Nokia 5, the oldest of the company's smartphones to get updated to the latest version of Android so far.
HMD Global has revealed its plans for the full rollout of the Android Pie update to its smartphones. The Nokia 3.1 Plus and 5 will be the next devices to get it, which could happen this week.
At an event in Moscow today, HMD Global went on stage to reveal the refreshed versions of its lower-end smartphones, the Nokia 2, Nokia 3 and Nokia 5. The Nokia X6 was not mentioned at the event.
Smartphone maker, HMD Global has announced that it is now rolling out the latest version of Android to the Nokia 5 and the first generation Nokia 6 smartphones in a phased manner globally.
HMD Global has fixed the multitasking bug previously affecting the Nokia 5 through a new Android Oreo beta build rolled out to the mobile device, which bumps up the software version to 5.160.
HMD Global introduced the Nokia 5 towards the beginning of the year. Now, it will offer a new version to India, one that comes packed with more memory. The handset will go on sale on November 7.
HMD Global has reiterated its commitment to pushing out the latest updates to the newly released Nokia Android phones and will be rolling out Oreo to its current lineup by the end of 2017.
HMD Global wasted no time in bringing the latest Android security update to its devices. Within hours of Google publishing the August security bulletin, HMD began its rollout to the Nokia 5 and 6.
Following the launch of the Nokia 3 Android smartphone, the Nokia 5 and 6 are the latest devices that will be available in South Africa through various carriers on contract or at full price.
HMD Global said in March that it aimed to release the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 "in 120 markets at [the] same time in Q2 2017" - but the 3 and 5 won't go on sale in the UK until early next quarter.
After nearly five months since their announcement at Mobile World Congress 2017, the Nokia trio of Android smartphones from HMD Global has launched in India with the cheapest model priced at Rs. 9499.
Google announced Android O some months ago and it looks like HMD Global has committed to offering the update to its Nokia devices. The firm currently has three Android smartphones on the market.
If you're looking to get in on some nostalgic action with the updated Nokia 3310, it is now available to purchase in the UK for £49.99 at Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone brick and mortar stores.
Clove UK has listed all the new Nokia smartphones and the reimagined Nokia 3310, which were announced in February at MWC 2017, on its website along with prices and an expected launch date in June.
Besides committing to an international launch in Q2 2017, HMD Global hasn't yet revealed an exact release date for its new Nokia handsets - but recent reports are pointing towards likely timeframes.
HMD Global said that its Nokia 3, 5 and 6 Android smartphones will be available in the US, as part of plans for a simultaneous launch of its devices in 120 markets, which it described as "ambitious".
HMD has confirmed that it will deliver monthly security patches for all of its Android devices, including the new Nokia 3 and 5 smartphones, which it unveiled at Mobile World Congress.
HMD Global hasn't yet announced a firm launch date for its new range of Nokia-branded devices around the world - but a UK retailer says that the new handsets are expected to launch there in May.
HMD Global unveiled two new Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress this week: the mid-range Nokia 5, and the lower-end Nokia 3. Even from a quick hands-on, both devices made a great impression.
Earlier today, HMD Global announced the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5 at the Nokia Mobile event at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. The company has now released the specs of both devices.
At Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona today, HMD Global announced the Nokia 3 and Nokia 5. They will be less expensive versions of the Nokia 6, with smaller screen sizes and aluminum bodies.
According to a new report, HMD Global will be launching three new Nokia-branded phones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The event is scheduled for February 26, and the phones will be low end.